Samsung recently unleashed two new additions to their Galaxy portfolio with the Galaxy Book Go and Galaxy Go 5G for superior computer platforms and undivided user performance. Both the devices are powered by the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon processors for unhinged efficiency.
The Galaxy Book lineup is curated for creators who want affordable and on the go devices that are easy to travel with. Both the new additions to the lineup offer the users with leading mobility with state-of-the-art PC productivity like no other.
Build with the Qualcomm collaboration, these two new Galaxy Book devices bring the power and efficiency of a smartphone to your laptop.
While the Galaxy Book Go series is powered by the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 7c Gen 2 processor while the Galaxy Go 5G features the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8cx Gen 2 5G processor for lightning fast 5G connectivity to make the most out of the networks.
Alex Katouzian, SVP & GM, Mobile, Compute, and Infrastructure, Qualcomm Technologies further reiterated saying that Samsung and Qualcomm have been collaborating for years and will continue to do so.
Katouzian further stated that the shared vision that Samsung and Qualcomm has is what drives them to further propel and push the industry to develop more intelligent and productive experience for the consumers. With the new launch, Samsung is working towards expanding their 5G PC lineups, which is what the future will entail.
Portable Power Houses
The best thing about both the new launches under the Galaxy Book series is the fact that they have been designed to move along with you as you go. The powerful Snapdragon compute program allows you to make the most out of the device providing the users with instant boot speeds, superior Windows 10 experience and immediate power on functions.
Also, the developers have ensured to provide the users with maximum screen space, thanks to the innovative designs. The Galaxy Book Go features a 14” display panel with extremely narrow bezels for enhanced display size.
The new devices are also designed with portability in mind. Hence, they are extremely lightweight and easy to move around with. The laptops feature a flexible 180-degree hinge that offers flexibility while you are working on the go.
Another additional and important feature in the device is that it is backed with Dolby Atmos functions that provide the users with rich soundscapes, making your movie watching experience a lot more immersive and wholesome.
If you are a student who needs to pull through the night with work, these Galaxy Book devices are perfect. Thanks to the long-lasting battery life, you can have access to your device for extended periods without needing to keep it connected to a power source all the time.
Also, the exterior of the devices are designed and reinforced with military-grade durability to ensure that the device features a thin and mobile design without the risks of external damage all along.
Access to Galaxy ecosystem
Not just the design and functions, the new devices in the Galaxy Book series are backed with a lot more than you originally bargain for. The laptops allow seamless integration of the smartphone to allow you to make or take calls, answer texts and get work on the go.
The devices support easy Bluetooth connection and seamless integration of the Galaxy ecosystem to make productivity a lot more seamless and glitch-free.
Also, users can have access to Galaxy Book Smart Switch that allows you to transfer files without any interruptions. Pair that with Quick Share and you will never have to wait with file transfer anymore, even with larger documents.
The Galaxy Book Go is integrated with up to 128GB eUFS of storage and up to 8GB RAM for unhinged and uninterrupted performance on the go.
Pricing and Availability
The Galaxy Book Go is going to be available starting $349.99 from June 10, 2021.
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The Galaxy Book Go 5G is expected to be available by the end of 2021, but there are no reports about the pricing yet.